Test and measurement engineers often want to write their own Windows applications for their specific tasks. The IML Toolkit speeds up the process, providing
The latest manual includes a new example of programming with Visual Basic. The example shows how to use dynamic data exchange to send data to an output channel. It is reproduced here.
Label1.LinkTopic = "Windmill|Data" 'DDE Service Name and Topic Label1.LinkItem = "MyOutput" 'Name of the output channel (DDE Item) Label1.LinkMode = 2 '0=no link '1=warm link '2=cold link Label1.Caption = "1.23" 'Data to be output Label1.LinkPoke 'Sends the output data Label1.LinkMode = 0 'Closes the DDE link
For a full explanation see Section 4.3 of the IML Toolkit Manual.
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